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21 Jun, 2013 9:24 am PDT

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How to find the roots of a quadratic equation?
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A quadratic equation is of the form ax2+bx+c.

To find the root we first find d which is equal to b*b-4*a*c.

If d<0 then the roots are imaginary. If d==0 then roots are equal i.e. r1=r2=-b/(2*a)

Else r1=(-b+sqrt(d))/2*a and r2=(-b-sqrt(d))/2*a

 

Please see the video for more details......

Attachment: quadraticaeqn.c
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First we need to find the discriminant which is discriminant=b*b - 4*a*c. So , depending on the value of discriminant , we can find the roots easily . 

If Discriminat D >0 the roots are real.

If D<0 , roots are imaginary

The formula for finding out the roots are root1=(-b+sqrt(b*b-(4*a*c))/(2*a))

root2=(-b+sqrt(b*b-(4*a*c))/(2*a))

 

We need to use the functions present in MATH.H header file. for this we need to include the <math.h> header file. 

 

please have a look at the attached file to understand the program to supplement your understanding of the video file above.

 


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